Keynote - Code Sweat: Embed with Nightmares - Dave Stewart, Intel
Embedded silicon options have become quite robust. 32-bit network-enabled “intelligent” systems are now the norm. This opens up countless opportunities for cool, new embedded devices, which are powerful and connected. But the state-of-the-art in embedded software development still emphasizes quick time-to-market versus elegance. What keeps me awake at night are the risks introduced by mixing rushed programmers and powerful processors embedded everywhere. This talk will introduce some of the issues, and the Yocto Project tools that address them.
Manager of the Embedded Linux Engineering team, Intel
David Stewart is the manager of the Embedded Linux Engineering team in the Open Source Technology Center (OTC) at Intel where he helped launch the effort. David has been an operating systems development expert for his whole career, starting out with Unix in 1980. David serves on various boards including the Yocto Project Advisory Board and the CE Linux Working Group, both part of the Linux Foundation. Before the formation of his current team in 2010, David held a variety of management... Read More →
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